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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 January 1897

IN MADAGASCAR. ISTKRICSTlSOOnSHItVATIOSiSOF AN AMEUICAN TKAVELKU. Juer Conveyance In Which White aim Klcle (Juciiclilnit Thirst at the Traveler's Tree Odd Kurd. TTT1IE observation In Mudngns I . car of Mr. Frederick Taylor, I ll- ' H w,l "I""'' 'cvon " mouths traveling through tho Interior, warrant tho belief Unit tbcre will be a good tlrnl more news from that very interesting island before tho end of the st ruggle between tbe French nod the native tribe. Tbe occupation by the French of Tamatavo and An tananarivo, tbe chief citie of Mada gascar, did not by any mesne indicate the subjugation of Madagascar. Tho Hovas, tho dominant tribe, who Lave CONVICTS IN inhabited the central province of Jmerina since they cumo over tbe sen from nobody knows whore, perhaps Malaysia, npparcntly ncknowlcdjo French sovereignty. Dut they form a mall proportion of tbo WalngOMsy peoplei. Some of tho tribes have nrmcd their fighting men with min uets; many of them ttill use tbo orig inal native weapon, t...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 January 1897

$Tfl -fr Star Suhiwription (1.00 prr inir, in ! nrr. V. A. HTKPIIIilSNON, Killtor and I"nb. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY (I. 181(7. Anlnilpppmlmii tni-nl nBin,r.nhllhpclt!Ti'rjr Wedmwhiv Hi UfytintiNvlllp. .It-ITi-runn '. I'n., dovcili-rt to llio liiK'nxm nf UcynnlilKVllln nl .IcIToriMincciiiiily. Nin-iill1li'iil, will tri'nt nil with fiilrmin, mid will (M-omMM-liiUy friend ly lownrttn 1110 iuixrnf( imiimm. punftrriHimi pn,-rl.i t-r yrnr, in iiiivnnrp. (lonmuiiili ntlinm lntiMiili'il fir juiHIU nt Ion unl be sorimiimnh-tl ny tho writer mmmts it for mihlh-ui Ion. Init lit n stiiit-nntcn of Kid fnllli. Inli'ifMlnir iipwk Ihmii uilli'Mrri. Advert InlMir ritti ninilc known on hiiiiIIcii- lon Rt tlieotlli'it In A rin iltW lllix'k. LenKhty comrmiiili'iiunn-i imil nhnnga or rivfrtlnnmnhtft Hlionlit rtMii'li thin ollli'o by ilondny noon. Addroo nil eummtinii'iitltin lou. A. mi-pii-non, HoynnliKvlllo, I'n. Enteml nl thn inntotlli'n nt KrymiliNvllle. 'a., an iipcond i-Ium mull multpr. Otimpses of the P...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 January 1897

he -k Star. faerfptioit $1.00 per year, in advance. A. 8TBPH ENflON EdUor and Pub. VEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1897. Passenger trnlna arrive and leave Keyn- vuie as foiiowei B. It. a P. Ity, (C. A M. Div) Arrive I Denarta In No 71, 10 IW am Train Now, 12150 pm Allegheny Valley Hallway. Eastward. Westward. aln. - - a.4.1 a. m ITraln t, -7.40 a.m. rain 1, - - jt.iM p. m. Train , - 1.40 p. m. aln S D.80 p. m.lTriiln to, - 7.00 p. m. iiitioi.mtili. rosi-orrics. alia arrive and leave the Dost-offlce ae Hows: I Arrive. Popart. HOII THS WRIT. VOH th r.AHT. J5 p. m. - 7.00 p. m. 112.30 p. m - 6.20 p. m. mna thi fart. i fcihthhwrpt. ) a. m. - J.uo p. m. 7.15 a. m. - l is p. m. rrlves from Rathmel and Frescottvlllo no a. m. Arrives from Titnlri Tuesdays. Thurdnys nd Sat urday at 1. 80 p. m. imparts xur rrescouviiie, uninmei, ranic .00 p. m. (ifflpo hours 7.00 a. m. to s.OO p. m. Money order office open frnm 7.00 a.m. to S0d. m. Register office ooen from 7.00 a. tn. lo son p. m. Iregnl Holiday from ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 January 1897

BOTH CRLW III VESSEL LOST. DIED IN THD RIGGING. Ths Crew of tho Calvin E Oroutt . Tied . thotniolvci Fait snd Perished. . Details hnyn unt been received at Chatham, Mans., of th.l awful storm nt Wednesday night, In which thn schooner Cnlvln 1). Orctttt of Perth Amhoy, was wrecked, and overy soul on board im lost. In the evening some fishermen on the north Chatham shore noticed the lurgo four-masted schooner very close Into Chatham bar, wallowing and pitching hnnvlly. whllo the sea was sweeping over her deck every minute. Khe was then too close In too fetch nut by Pollock II In, and the pale wiu crowding her on shore with mighty force. Her ml In were In ribbon and the enow that was falling sneosed tho can vas as If In a vloo. The vessel hove to a If to make soundings, and finally anchors were let go. It is thought the captain mlsudgnd his position. The schooner was llrst dis covered coming under sill I, and alter she had Anchored she was seen to be hedging down on the bar Willi signa...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 January 1897

s Life l misery to thousands of nennht who bsr ,the tntnt of serofuls In their blood. Kor this (terrible nflllction there is no remedy equal to I Sarsaparilla I The h( -In flirt the One Trill- Blooil I'urlfli r. 4lftfl' Dill r,lr 1,1 Tcr ,!,: ""T WWW CJ III take, easy to operate. 4V. When a prcnvlicr can attract no ate teutloa with his religion tm mill ha the elm nee left of being tried for here by. now to riNU out. fill a bottle with urine and let It atnnJ twenty-lmir hour) a sediment or settling Indicates a diseased oonditlon ot the kidneys When your urine stain your linen It U dent you have kidney trouble. Too frequent desire to urtniite I eonvlnclng proof that your kidneys and bladder ere out ot order. WHAT TO IKJ. There to comfort lr the knowledge so often o. preset J, that Dr. Kilmer' Hwamp-Root, the ((rest kidney remedy, fulfills every wish la relieving pain In the baok, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary pas sages. It eorreet inability to hold urine and sc...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 6 January 1897

TWO IN A SINK HOLE. A KENTUCKY PRINTER NARRATES A THRILLING EXPERIENCE. Willi Pollowlnf the Call ef HI raltfcfnl Dot He M With a Mishap tm a Dark olt With a rierce Wild Heart Th E.rape aod Reeoffiltlon. Pretty ninch everybody In the crowd bad told story of tbe Ron or dog or flihpulo eacpt printer who looked about as much lilt a hnnter or fisher loan m he did like an angel. "Iff your torn now, Muggins," laid the reporter. "I never hunted anything but board ing hoaxes over in Brooklyn," he snld, With a wan and dodging kind of air, ai if people threw thing! at him whenever be tried to tell a itory. "fiat before yon came hero 1t whnt we wnnt to know abont," pat in ev eral, "and you've either got to toll a tory or pay for the drinks every time anybody else tell one." He moved abont nneuiily and punned hit choir bnck from the tabic, drawing It close up again immediately and filial ly renting hi hand clasped on the board in front of him. "Well, gent," be enid with the wan and dodging look ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 January 1897

IP VOLUME 5. REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1897. NUMBER 35. tlallron fTimt Stable. PENNSYLVANIA RAILKOAD. IN EFFECT NOVKMIIKR lii, llfl. Plilliidntnliln A Erie ItiillroiHl Division Tlmo Tnhle. Trains len o Driftwood. KAMTWAKD 9:04 a m-Tmln , ilnlly rxi-ept Pnwliiy for Huntmry, lltirrlMiuiir nml ttitrriiii'itiiite sln tloiw. nrrlvliiK lit I'lilliiiU'lplilu :! p.m., New York, 11:21 p. m.l Ball litmre. : p.m.! Wiiahlnutnii, 7:M p. m I'ullmnn Parlor iir fnrni U 'llllninsport ii nil niimwiiiccr vouches from Knni' It) 1'lilliiilclplilH. t:!W p m. Train fl, ihilly except Htimlny for llui-t'lxhurtf mid lntcrnnnliiiio t ill lonn, nr rlvlnij nl lrlillinl.'lphli4::. Nc vwk, 7:3.1 A. . Pullman sleeping cars finm Hurrlwhuru to 1'IiIIhiIi'1IiIh lino New York. Fhilarlclpliln pnssciiiicrs can remain In sleeper undisturbed unlll 7:WI A. M. :3a p. m. Train 4, dully for Hnnlmry, Hnrrls hnnt and Intermediate stations, airlvliiK nt Philadelphia, n:.vl A. M. Now York, :M A. M. on week da...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 January 1897

Ones In a Whllo. )Oate In a whllo tho aim shines out , And tho arching skies are a porfoot Hue, .Ones In a while 'mid cloud of doubt Faith's fairest star nrn praptng through. Our pnths load down by the meadows tnlr, Where tho sweotost blossoms nod and smile .And wo lay aelln our cross of pare, Onco In a while. t)nne In a while within our own We fnolthe hand of a steadfast friend Onoa In a whllo wo hear a tone Of lore with the heart's own voice to blond. '.And tho dourest of all onr dreams oomn truo, And on life's way Is a golden mile i Cash thirsting flower Is kissed with dw, Unoo In a while. Onoe in n whllo In the des"rt sand We find a spot of tho fitlrest urwn Onco In a whllo from whore we stand Tho hills of Paradise are seon. And a perfect Joy In our hearts we hold, A Joy that the world cannot defile i We trade ear.h drosa for tho purest gold, One In a whllo. WHAT HAPPENED. Aunt Tatty awoke our! with tho bright April morning, fooling sura something was going to hnppon. Sua had he...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 January 1897

iin mi sbi BY GOVERNOR HASTINGS. Strict Economy Srcossiry la th Ksltlas el Appropriation!. Tho annual miwisn of Oovonof Dnnlcl II. Hastings was rend to tho Legislature, tin IU nssetnliling. The tnessse;e covers IU oi;tsvo psffea nnd rontntns mors than 11,000 word. It In Jiixt nliout the sine ot the liuit iu'sas of I'reslilcnt Clevelnml. The Onvernor expresses ntlfnetlnn nt the enmrinrntlve iirnsnerlty of tins Htute iliirlnii two yenre ot geueriil depression, lluillitf Unit time there were no rlute and no nesiiienee. flome general Kuoi advice Is given to the legislators, ana n invoke public repet rt the Inwmaker ami their Work. The I ft ;ern or saysi "in Individual or coriioriitimi that arxka to ohtalu dishonest advantage omr lilt neighbor or competitor, or to bring gam to niniseii at m expense or ma HMf, an well a tho briber and lontivbit, ahoulil bo driven - from your hall a the euinn.ua enomr of tho people." Tlia net revenue of tha Mate In 1891 wan ,.-, tttft. and In ley waa 10,17...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 January 1897

Sulim:ri)iliti tl.VO per ituir. in ulr V. A. -TKPIIKnnONt Ullr nil., full. WEDNESDAY, JANUAUV 13. I '.r, An Inrirnf tifli'ni ItK'ul ptiMr, iii1MIh'iI ! ty tVtMlmihiy lit lii'rnnliNvllli'. .li'llorM-n it. Pa., ilrvolwl to l ho liiii'ii'slmif 1 : v in 1m - 1 1 atifl JnfTormini'iiiint v. im-Mill li-nl. w II! vnl nil Willi fnlrnns. nnil will Ih-ohiu'cIiiII.V ft ii-i.l-ly toward iIih hilHirlnir rln. 9ubnrrlitlon prlrpfl.nipiTyt'ur, In ndv it Communtrnl lonn IiiIi-ihIi'iI fin- imlilit-Milon muni bn nrconiptinli'il hy thn wrlliT'w iihmi nol for tmlilli'iit Inn. hill n uimrniitft' nf .nod fnttli. tnti'i-FHtltiif nrwn ltniN niilr Advert l-dntf nit iiiuiIm knimniin nntilii n i . tlnn ill tlm olflrv in AiimliU' Itlm-k. Ijfinirhljr rninintinlrni Imm nnil rtinitui' nf ndviirihiimont stimuli riwh lhl oPlri- ly Monrtnv ninin. Allri-M nil iMimmimlivilliiim In tJ. A. ."li-tili-(nm. ItrynolilHvlllfi. I'n. Knlnrml nl tlm inwlntlli-c nt Kpjrmililvic. Pa., nn ncHmnl Hum mntl fiinttr-r. Tho Lt'Kln'ntoro ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 January 1897

ft Stan Subscription $1.00 per year, in advance. C. A. BTKPIIRNPION. KSItor mm4 Puk. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1897. Kral' ffttlli. pKHAtiffip tpnltia rrl v anil Iauta Kpvn- oiasvnie as rouows: B. R. A P. Ry, (C. It. JMv) ArrlTM I 1lnv(a Train No 71, 10 SO m Train No 72, 12 .10 p m AUtghtny Valley Railway. Eastward. Westward ?raln, . - 4.1 a. m ITrala 1, - 7 40 am rnln 1, 12.M p. u. Train t. - 1 40 p. m Trains - - s.Mp. m.Ttala Is, - - T.SOp. tn aamot.Dsvu.i.1 roDi-orrici. Matla arrlra and leava the nnat-nffla aa kouows: . . . . - - w Arrive, nrnart. Mom rna tit, roauia airr. 1.15 p. m. - - 7.on p. ra. 111.) p. m - t,.w p. m rHIIITRIllNT. I Wttn THI WBST. 1.00 a. iu. l.nu p. m. 7.11 a. m. - l.li p. m Aititm from Hathrael and Freacottvllle 11.80 a.m. Arrives from Pnnle Tuesdaya, Thurdaye and Baturdnys At 1.30 p. tn. Iieparta for Prascottvllle, Rathmel, Tanlc i.w p. m. Office boura T.ort a. m. tn s.00 d. m. Money order ofllre open from 7.00a.m. o T.nup. m. ncRinivr omce open iron 7.u a. ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 January 1897

mill mm of fit dp FIVE INSTANTLY KILLED. Two Whits and Three Cclored Hen Loss Their Lives. By an explosion o( fire damp In tha ('lion taw, Oklnhoinn, nml Gulf railway Company's mine at Aldorson, I T., two whlto and thrca colored miner were k 111ml outright and enty other entombed. Tho dead nret .loo Cox. Martin liny. Hlmon Petty. T. O. Curry. Wllllnra Bishop. Aa aonn aatha smoke had disappeared a number of miners, under thn leadership of the superintendent entered the slope and penetrated tho working to the point where operative hud been engaged, coming across the bodies of the two white miner llrst Cox and Hoy Mhtrnlljr mangled by flying lump of cnal and donL Ten rod further on the hodlca of throe colored men wero reached. Then the acher pushed forward toward the chamber where dome twenty mlnera were at work, their progress being neces. earlly aluw and aa many tone of debris had to lie removed from the gangway before they could proceed. Alter thn hour hard work, the Imprisoned men ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 January 1897

CtirUHan Charltr. Clevk Lady out there with flash? panto necklace wants to know whether It'll pure diamonds or hot. , Jeweler Look Ilka a married lady? "Tea." ' "Tell ber It la. No tine making troittile for poor husbands these hard times." Now York Weekly. HOW TO riNU OUT. Till a bottle or eommon water gins with rlne and let it stand twenty-ionr honmt a sediment ot settling IndlontHe diseased oon dltlon ot ths kidney. Vhen urine einlne Hnen II Is positive evidence ot kidney trouble. Too frequent desire to urinate or pain In tha back la also convincing; proof that the kid neys and bladder an oat ot order. WHAT TO DO. Then la eomfort In the knowledge so oftea ai pressed, that Pr. Kilmer's Bwnmp-lloot, tha (real kidney remedy, fnlfllla every wish In relieving pain In the bank, kidneys, liver, bladder and every pnrt ot the urinary pes sages. It corrects Inability to hold urine aad scalding pain In passing It, or bud effects following use ot liquor, wine or beer, nnd oTereomea that unple...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 13 January 1897

SJ'IDEIiS IN BATTLE. THEY CONDUCT THEMSELVES WITH ALMOST HUMAN INTELLIGENCE. A Fight to the Flnlah Itrtniwn B Itlack Tlftvr ftptcler end a. Tnlr From tlia Clmy Bill Trlbc-Tlie Ilnnl by IIomiiiIk -All "lilt to Rlrrp." Though the Itlnck Won. In ttio quirt Inborntory cf n Nl-illi Itreot chnmlst tho othrr Any thorn wns Hroctod n littln trnnedj which nffnrdrrt n dnmmifltrnted lesson in the etiiinWf of duolinm m it in conducted nmoiig thn spiders. Fow rcnlizn the intclliKTicn these inconspicuous little crcntiircn often display, mid in fuct few people, becirics scimtiHts ro to the tronhlo of spending an honr or so watching them. The doctor espied it spider in the cor ner of tho laboratory window sill. Ha procured nwido mouthed jur, and with a stick endeavored to push the spider into it. The insect turned Snvauelv on it and darted quickly np the stick to ward hi hand. frttick and spider were dropped immediately on to tho sill, from which in another Instmit tho crea ture was scooped into the...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 January 1897

lie REYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 20, 1897. NUMItEB 3G. VOLUME 5. itiHlVOrtti trim tfnbic. PENNSYLVANIA UAILROAD. IN EFFECT NOVKMHKIt lii, 1!MI. Philadelphia Erie Hiillmnil HlvllonTlnio Table. Trains lent e Uriftwood. KASTWAHU 9:04 it m-Trnln s, dully ct-cit Siindny fur Huiibury. Hun ixlmrii imil I in rmvi 1 1 n 1 t it tlons, arriving nt I'hlliidelnhln p.m., Pew S'ork, H:SI p. m.i Hiiltlinoii',tl:il p. m. I Washington. ":l.1p. m I'lillniiin INiilor nir fiiim Wllllntnstiort unci imsscnger cow-lies frtim Knno tn I'lilliidelplidi. 8:As p. m. Tmln H, ilully i-xeept. Hunilny (or HiiriMiutii nnd Intel mi dline stiitlon. hi riving nt IMillnili'lpliiii 4:;l A.M.I Now ink, 7::m a. m. l'lillnmn Plot-plug car from lliiiTlslini-u to I'lilliidclphln imil New York. Philadelphia piiinm'is run remain In sleeper unilNtmlii'd until 7::m A. M. 8:; p. ni. Trnln 4, dully for Pnnhury, llnrrls burg nnd Intermediate stations, arriving nt I'hlliidelplilii, :.VJ a. M.i New York, VM A. M.on wt-i ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 January 1897

The total produet of the dairies of the United Btntcs Is estimated nt 1450,000,000 per year. That Is pretty rich skimming. The Now York Joiirnnl thinks acl enlists in rounding up the microbe re rather overdoing the business when thoy disoorn lurking ilnugcr infrosh cgqs. FiisbioD effects suicide n well ns other things "The time was," says the London Lancet, "when laudanum, morphia and opium were the favorite poisons, but now onrboiia ncid has taken their place, and according to the Inst available return (1801), the latter ennsed more than twicu ns many uioidnl deaths a the three former combined, for, whereas tho opiate poisoned 82 poison, carbolic acid poisoned 107." Tho Chicago Timbermuu estimates that the agricultural implamout man ufacturers of this country line a total of 1,448,293,750 feet of lumber annually, of which white pino, prin cipally low-grade stock for packing purposes, furnishes 29 per cent, ash 19 per cent.onk nine per cent., yellow pino 8 per cent, poplar eight per...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 January 1897

JUDGE MILLER'S LIBEL SUIT. Editor Robbini, of Greenvllls, Bold for Trial. A. II. Itobulns, editor ol tlio ureenvino. Independent, a weekly paper, w ho In undrt arrest far criminal libel against Hnmiii'l II. Miller, judge of Mnroor county, wns Rlvi'n n hearing. Tbo alleged libelous nrtlelo ap peared In the Issue of October 23. IBM, nnd tond to the effect thnt V. 3. Mcl'urlaiiil, who wan then under Indictment, had attempted to bribe the Jiiiltfti by prewntlnir him wt'h a blooded cult. The evidence wns heard be fnre 'Piiilm l.outr.Hiihlsur, who bound the delenditut over to count under tflUO ball. The Minliter Keilgnsd.- Rcv. II. J.clnhton flearhnrt hits reelgnml the pastorntn ol the ltelornvxl cliun.li ol HWIofontM. t!hrlstmns nvrning, niter de livering a talk at tin entertainment f,,r the Httmluy school, tha pn tor, with his two tiiughlere nnd eon, attended a Relent dnnea given In the armory. The eniigregntlon nt nnce put In circulation a petition en. ling fot their pifc-tor's resigna...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 January 1897

I -jar Star Hubscripliiin $1.00 ptr teur, in mli'iimr. O. A, ftTKPIf KNNON, Rdllnr mid Pub. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20. 181)77 A n ImtPtH'tKldil lornl pniHT, putiltlirrl pviry Weilnrmliiy lit Kcytmlclsv III,', .Iciri-i-son Co. Pa., devoted to the lti(rrfti of Iti'ymihlsvlllo anrf.ltlTpi-m-miiity, Niin-polltlriil. will 1 rout, all wltli riilrtmmi, mid will hi' "imcliilly friend ly towards the liilmrlim rhiw. Btilinorlitl(in irlrell.(liiiir vcnr.ln ndvnnee. (-lomtmittlentlnrm Intended for mihllenllnn fflUAt be ttrennipiinted liylhe wrller'n tmnit,1 not for niihlli'iiilnn, lull in n tniirmitin of nod f nit It. IntereMtlnu new Menu millelled. AilvertWIntf rati1! 11111111' known on Hppllen tlon nt tin offlre In Arnolds' Itloek. Infthty I'ommiinlt'utlonn mid rlmnitn of arivertlneiiieiitn should reiieli Hit utllee liy Monday tiiHin. Addre nil commnnli'iitlonfl toC. A.Hterdt nnn, Henoldsvlllp, I'n. Entereif at tli mmIiIHi'o lit lteynoldsvllle, Pa., mmeeond elus mnll mutter. Are your New Yi-nr rf...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 January 1897

8ufkription $1.00 per year, in advance. O. A. HTKPIIKNHON. Kdllor anil I'lib. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 20, 1807. ffrnvtitv' CTutt, Pft -nirnp IrnltiH arrive ntid leuva Ilorn- Oldarii.. x follows! b. n. a r. liy, (c. m. m) AnlvM I tlnmiHa Train No 71, lufflam ITriiln No, riflopm Allegheny Valley Hailmiy. Eastward. Westward. rain. . - sift a. m ITriiln e. - 7.4(1 a. m. rroln I, - KM p. m. Train 2, - 1.4 p. m. rainS t.M p. m.lTraln 10, - 7. Ml p.m. RTi()LPTii,i.i rosT-ornci. Mali arrive and leave the uost-ofllce na follow! Arrlvs. Ilenart. ruin tii a w rut. rnn th a kt. 1.18 p. m. - - 7.00 p. m. 112.30 p. ro - - s.20p. m. rnoa tna rast. run Tiiiitir. 1.00 a. m. - . J.uo p. m. 17.1(1 a. m. - - 1.15 p. m. Am VP from Itatlimol and .Prrmol tvllln U.DC.a. m. A nivmi from Pnnle Tuasdava. Thurtliivs land "iitnrrtiiys nt S .Ki p. m. I'rjpana ror rreseouvuio, Kaiiiinei, mine 8.00 j). in. ffl hnura 7.00 a. in. to. 00 p. m. Monoy orclrr nfllrf open from 7.(10 a. m. to iv-WD. m. iiiff!jiinr oitii'o nopt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 January 1897

1 i. 1 IN END 10 1 HORRORS OF WAR PEACE DECLARED. Th United Blitel and England Agree to Arbitrate. Secretary Olney, In behalf of the United Htnte, and Hlr .lullnn l'niincnfntn. on thn part of Great llrllnln on Monday affixed their slgnnluro lo a treaty by which for a term ol live year, tho two Kng'llsh-spcaking nation ngroo in nnme in pence mill without a resort to arms, nil possible question of vntrnvery being referred to a court of arbi tration, Willi thn slngln exception thnt neither nntlon surrender Itn honor or dig nity to thn Judgment of nrlillrnllon. Later In tho ilny President Cleveland flit thn tmity, mul n mcssngn earnestly approving It, to the Hi n ito Thn following lo thn text of thn Presi dent nic;ugn transmitting thn general treaty: To'tho Rcnatn: "I transmit herewith n treaty fur tlm nrhl. trillion of nil matter In 1 1 11 f ' n between Ihn L'liltt'il Slate nnil Ori'nt llrllnln. Thn rnviion of ihn treaty nrn ih" result of long mid patient deliberation mid represent con...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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